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24 hours of music by women composers on International Women's Day 2021
She's the ultimate multi-hyphenate. As part of International Women's Month, Anna Bogutskaya celebrates Cher
Watch festival highlights with music, comedy and conversation from Wales and the World
The online literary festival is back, featuring best-selling authors like Douglas Stuart, Val McDermid and Lenny Henry
Paddy calls Annie over in a pub. He makes her laugh. She falls, in love and into trouble.
It is Julie’s last night in prison. Determined and driven, Julie makes a promise to herself: this will be her last time.
Boy Blue bring one section of Blak Whyte Gray, the company's Olivier-Award nominated work.
Daring and uninhibited dance, a sensual and disturbing ode to intimacy and imagination.
Hope Hunt shatters facades, dismantles stereotypes and finds beauty on the periphery.
Jennifer Higgie on the life of painter Angelica Kauffmann
A creative collective of over 50 people unites local residents and the newly arrived through storytelling and poetry
An exploration of the early history of the UK’s leading LGBT+ helpline
An LGBT flight attendant reflects on love, loss & international travel in the 80s and 90s
Missing the weekend revelry? Spend a night on the town exploring how film and tv like to party
Pull up a deckchair, get away from it all, and see how films have used the seaside to explore identity and social taboos
Here are some of the beautiful creations you made in response to the Front Row Get Creative challenge
Stories about what makes us who we are and how we define ourselves and others
Stories delving into affairs of the heart and the bedroom, including Forever and Riders
Novels tackling the struggle to live in alternative universes or imagined futures
Stories examing how others live and how we live together, inlcuding Cannery Row and Our Mutual Friend
Comedian Jenny Eclair meets crafters using their skills to make the world a better place, one stitch at a time
Revealing the film-making tricks and techniques behind classic movie genres
Scotland’s national poet brings to life the tempestuous story of the Empress of the Blues